I don't know
What is your gift to the world
Many handsome eyes opened up
Your little friend

Learning the names
Best not to count the big day
jukebox sleepin helped me a lot
Your little friend

The telephone only lets me borrow
The comforts of your voice
Then it's you to enjoy
Let's make a pact
Allow me that dream

The telephone only lets me borrow
The comforts of your voice
Like we have a choice
Let's make a pact
Allow me the dream

Notes being played
How you care to the face
Add another gem to the world
No fireworks

Letter number 6001 on return
Dose off and let her quietly mosey on in

The telephone only lets me borrow
The comforts of your voice
Like we have a choice
Let's make a pact
Allow me the dream
The telephone only lets me borrow
the comforts of your voice
Then it's you to enjoy
Let's make a pact
Allow me the dream


Lyrics submitted by theworryrock, edited by Fuggnucket

Dustin Hoffman's Wife Comes Home song meanings
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    General CommentThis song's all right. It could be an open relationship that he wants to turn into a real relationship. The girl's probably on vacation or far away for some reason. The guitar notes after the last "Allow me the dream" are catchy.
    focusophobicon March 29, 2008   Link

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